The chilly weather will get back to normal this weekend before the region gets a threat of snow and what may be the coldest day so far this month.
The Hall County area got a boost in transportation dollars Thursday.
The Gainesville Police Department has charged five people with burglary, some of whom already face charges from the Hall County Sheriff's Office in connection with a Monday burglary in Oakwood.
As Hall County enters the midst of the holiday season, the clock is ticking to get those letters and packages shipped out.
State Rep. James Mills sparked lively conversation Thursday as he expressed concern about city of Gainesville water bills.
Commissioner Ashley Bell's decision to switch allegiances has caught the attention of Republican leaders statewide.
The Hall County Board of Commissioners voted Thursday to keep mediation with Gainesville over Cedar Creek reservoir open to the public.
Area counties learned Thursday they will receive some $40 million to improve transportation.
A Hall County Sheriff's Office deputy was involved this morning in a wreck that injured another driver.
Oakwood police are looking for other locations where they said a man may have posed as a Salvation Army bell ringer to take money.
Those planning to travel during the holidays might want to set aside some extra cash for gas.
Last school year, the Free Chapel Worship Center in Gainesville was the venue of choice for graduation ceremonies for every high school in the Hall County school system.
The Dawson County Board of Commissioners has agreed to settle a lawsuit with the family of a man who was killed earlier this year when his motorcycle collided with a county vehicle.
Job creation is the top priority for the upcoming legislative session, Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle told the South Hall Rotary Club on Wednesday afternoon.
As economic woes continue to hit families, residents should remain wary of possible investment fraud schemes, especially during the holidays, said officials with Atlanta's Financial Fraud Enforcement Task Force.
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